Adriel Bettelheim

White House Correspondent, CQPolitics.com

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Republicans delayed the vote until the morning of Christmas Eve, but just after 7 o'clock today, the Senate passed  its version  of healthcare reform with a bare 60 votes and promptly…

After Months of Bitter Debate, Senate Passes Landmark Health Bill

Republicans delayed the vote until the morning of Christmas Eve, but just after 7 o'clock today, the Senate passed its version of healthcare reform with a bare 60 votes and promptly…

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President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to meet with Senate
Democrats who are beginning work on his $3.6 trillion budget proposal. Adriel Bettelheim is White House correspondent…

Obama Corrals Conservative Democrats on Capitol Hill

President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to meet with Senate Democrats who are beginning work on his $3.6 trillion budget proposal. Adriel Bettelheim is White House correspondent…

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President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to meet with Senate Democrats who are beginning work on his $3.6 trillion budget proposal.

Obama Corrals Conservative Democrats on Capitol Hill

President Obama went to Capitol Hill today to meet with Senate Democrats who are beginning work on his $3.6 trillion budget proposal.

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